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Tales From the Crypt and Vault of Horror

Two Classic British Horror Films Make Their Blu-ray Debut
December 2 from Scream Factory

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Scream Factory invites you to embrace the chills this December with two classic British horror films! On December 2, Scream Factory will release “Tales from the Crypt” and “Vault of Horror” on Blu-ray for the first time, with a suggested retail price of $24.97. Featuring the rare, uncut version of “Vault of Horror,” the two disc set includes three different cuts of the cult classic. The first disc will include “Tales from the Crypt” and “Vault of Horror’s” uncut widescreen presentation. The second disc will include “Vault of Horror’s” theatrical PG cut and a rare open-matte version of the BFI master. The release also includes an original trailer and an alternate opening scene for “Vault of Horror.”

Tales From the Crypt
When five unwary travelers with dark hearts stumble into a series of catacombs, they find themselves in a cavern with no way out. But the horror’s only just begun as a mysterious figure appears to reveal to each person the shocking events that will lead to their well-deserved, untimely – and unavoidable – demise. Starring Joan Collins , Peter Cushing , Patrick Magee  and Sir Ralph Richardson, and directed by Freddie Francis, “Tales From the Crypt” is the original, gets-right-under-your-skin creepfest!

Vault of Horror
Available uncut for the first time on home video. Five unsuspecting hotel guests step into an elevator, which leads them into an underground vault. Trapped with no way out, each guest shares a gruesome tale of an encounter with death. But as the stories unfold, the men begin to suspect that their presence in the vault is no coincidence, and that the only way out … is death. Starring Tom Baker, Denholm Elliott, Curt Jurgens, Michael Craig, Daniel Massey, Terry-Thomas, Glynis Johnst, this ferociously entertaining film is a worthy sequel to “ales From the Crypt.”

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